Jamie Olson McKee
Jamie Olson McKee supports US Program’s cross-cutting assessment work. Prior to taking on this role, Jamie served as a Deputy Director on the K-12 education team, overseeing Enabling Conditions and Delivery portfolios. Jamie also served as a Senior Program Officer on the U.S. Program Advocacy team. In that role, she worked with state policy makers as well as a variety of advocacy organizations to effectively inform and promote adoption of college-ready policies within states. Before joining the foundation, Jamie served as the Policy Director at the Pennsylvania Department of Education.
Jamie started her career as a grassroots organizer working with high school students to advocate for an equitable system of school funding in Pennsylvania as well as a comprehensive set of education reforms designed to increase the quality of education across the Commonwealth. Jamie received a master’s degree in Public Affairs from Princeton University and a bachelor’s degree in Education Policy from Brown University.
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